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along much of the pacific coast. >> a wet 44 in seattle. 52 in sacramento. mostly 40s from omaha to chicago and new york. near 60 in dallas and new orleans. >>> and when we come back, some hard facts about easy bake ovens. see what one girl is doing to level the toy oven playing field. >>> a ferocious fire tears up homes. and it all started when a natural gas line burst. >>> and mick jagger rocks the top-ten list. poking a little fun at 50 years of the stones. >>> welcome back, everyone. add retailers to those worried about the fiscal cliff. a walmart survey says customers know about the impending tax increases and spending cuts. and some are cutting back on their spending for the holidays. most retailers depend on this month's sales for their success. and poor results could be disastrous for them. >>> and bank of america customers aren't happy, either. the nation's second-largest bank had its lowest satisfaction score in 11 years. the worst for any major bank, in fact. it's the only one with a grade lower than before the recession. at the other end of the spectrum, though, is jp
morning. we have showers from seattle to portland. up to a foot of snow in the cascades and northern rockies. and a few inches of snow in the dakotas to green bay. morning showers from chicago to the ohio valley, spreading to the northeast by this afternoon. >> 70s in new orleans, dallas and phoenix. 23 in fargo. 30s in billings and minneapolis. >>> and coming up next on this friday morning, we'll update that breaking news story. a major earthquake this morning in japan. >>> and then, money news and what could be the newest trend in last-minute christmas shopping. stores open around the clock. >>> and later, a delivery truck in a very tight spot. >>> welcome back, everybody. the nation's income-based college student loan repayment program gets an overhaul today. the new so-called pay as you earn program, allows eligible student borrowers to cap payments to 10% of their discretionary income. they have have their loans forgiven after 20 years. >>> the world's largest company born in america will soon be selling products with the label made in america. bowing to criticism, apple announc
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